Beware! The Cult of the Serpent Queen is Loose Once More!

It’s been a long time coming, but we’re excited to finally release the revised version of The Snake’s Heart for Mazes & Perils to the world. This is a greatly expanded version of the adventure we first released in 2015 for Swords & Wizardry. Old adventure: 4,000 words, 19 digest-sized pages (including cover) New adventure: 12,500 words,…

Caveat Emptor! (No, not for Moebius products!)

Finally, after a month of work and delays, Insta-NPCs #10: Caveat Emptor has hit (virtual) store shelves! For a short time, you can pick up a copy for 20% off at DriveThruRPG/RPGNow (through Monday, August 31st), but if you are looking for an even bigger deal you can buy the Bundle-o-NPCs #6-10 that features the…

Moebius is Going to the Market Tomorrow with Caveat Emptor

That’s right… It’s taken longer than expected due to personal delays (my daughters’ soccer schedules in July drained time like blood to a vampire), but it’s time to announce that a new product is finally coming out! Insta-NPCs #10: Caveat Emptor features: 8 tables offering thousands of unique combinations of buyers and sellers in a…

The Purple Lotus is in the Wild!

That’s right… The third of the Lost Age Adventures has finally been released into the wild. And this one is definitely wild and a bit frozen! From the mind of designer Vince Florio (Wild Games Productions) comes The Purple Lotus – a story rooted in the cold ground of the Frozen North. When the PCs…

New Little Spaces “Big Book” Smashes Writer’s Block for Game Prep

Let’s face it. As GMs, sometimes it’s hard to come up with a compelling description for every single little thing your PCs may encounter during a game session. We do the best we can during our prep time and come up with the rest on the fly at the game table. But occasionally writer’s block…

New Products! Insta-NPCs! (*Just Add Dice)

During the creation of the Big Book of Little Spaces: Haunts (available soon!), I added a couple of ideas as appendices for NPC creation that turned out not to fit very well in the scope of that book. However, I’m not one to waste a good idea. So I spun those two ideas into a new product…

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